Andrew Martinsen's Walleye Fishing Update


Summer Heat and Walleyes
Patterns of the Summer Walleye


The patterns that Walleye take during the summer months occur for a number of reasons, and knowing what they are can help you improve your fishing results.

Walleye are known as picky fish which can be difficult to catch, and knowing what patterns the fish will follow can help give you an edge.

Because the weather has started warming up, many anglers believe that it is hard to catch Walleye.

This is not true, but it helps to understand where the fish go.




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During the hot days of summer, the fish will look for water that is cooler, and that has a large number of baitfish.

Weeds are ideal during the summer months, because these fit the needs of the Walleye perfectly. In addition the weeds will provide oxygen the fish needs.

Underwater structure is also the first place to look, because these areas are also cool and darker, which will attract both the baitfish and the Walleye which follow.

During the summer itís important to look at fishing deeper, and moving slower. The fish become lazy in the warmer temperatures, and will not work too hard to catch a meal.

Slower presentations and trolling speeds during these times will be more effective.

At night during the summer the Walleye will move in and feed closer to the shoreline.

Once the sun goes down, the fish will come out into the open, and the temperature of the water closer to land cools down.

The hours between sunset and midnight or one in the morning are some of the best times to catch these tricky fish, but ...

Wild Walleye Success On A Scorching Day So Hot You Could Fry An Egg On The Bow Of Your Boat?

YES!



It is indeed possible to see wild success even in the middle of an extremely hot day when you examine all of the factors and components, such as the time of day, the amount of sun, and the air and water temperature.

Summer storms may make the Walleye change from the usual pattern, especially when the wind is just right and a condition known as Walleye chop is present.

Days which are cloudy, overcast, and stormy are perfect for catching Walleye, because of the winds and low sunlight.

The wind adds high amounts of oxygen to the water, and the walleye love this. If the wind is too strong though, it can have the opposite effect and push the fish even deeper instead.

This is also true if there is a lot of rain, lightening, and thunder as well.

When the sun is bright, the Walleye will head for waters which are not as clear, and areas where there is a significant amount of silt or other debris suspended in the water can be ideal for Walleye fishing at these times.

In these conditions a bright colored bait may work better, because of the contrast with the darker waters.




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